The Ultimate Pheasants Forever Quiz

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The Ultimate Pheasants Forever Quiz
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Pheasants Forever (PF) is a group dedicated to conserving pheasants and other wild creatures. Take this quiz to learn more about Pheasants Forever.
What is the scientific name for a pheasant?
Phoebitria procellariformes
Phasianus colchicus
Phasianus colchicus is the Latin term.
Ploceidae passerĀ 

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Which group is dedicated to the conservation of pheasants?
Pheasants Forever
Pheasants Forever is dedicated to the protection and conservation of pheasants.
American Bird Conservancy
The Peregrine Fund

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Pheasants Forever has more than ______ members in the United States and Canada.
31,5000
21,5000
11,5000
Pheasants Forever is the largest pheasant conservation organization in the United States and Canada.

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Which country first exported ringneck pheasant to the U.S.?
India
China
The first ringneck pheasant was imported from China,
Iraq

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When was ringneck pheasant first brought into the U.S.A.?
1882
The ringneck pheasant was introduced to the U.S. in 1882.
1880
1876

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Which state was the first to welcome the ringneck pheasant?
Virginia
Minnesota
Oregon
The first ringneck pheasant was brought from China to Oregon's Willamette Valley in 1882.

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Who brought the first ringneck pheasant to America?
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Judge Owen Denny
Judge Owen Denny introduced the first flock.
John Russell Young

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Which U.S. city claims to be the Pheasant Capital of the World?
Redfield
Redfield, South Dakota, makes that claim.
Beaver
Battle Creek

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How many Pheasants Forever chapters are there in Canada and the U.S.?
850
750
650
There are more than 650 chapters across both countries.

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How many acres of land are conserved by Pheasants Forever?
6 million
4 million
Pheasants Forever is one of the largest conservation organizations in North America, having more than 4 million acres (1.6 million hectares) of conservation land.
2 million

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The vision of Pheasants Forever is based on the work of:
John Knapp
Al Gore
Aldo Leopold
Pheasants Forever is based on the work of the renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold.

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What is a group of geese called?
a gaggle
A group of geese on land is called a gaggle.
a skein
a wedge

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What is a group of seagulls called?
a flock
A group of sea gulls is called a flock.
a colony
a herd

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What is a group of pheasants called?
A brace
a nest
A group of pheasants has different names: a nest, nide, nye, brood, bouquet or covey.
A muster

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Who is known as the father of wildlife management?
Peter F. Drucker
Aldo Leopold
Aldo Leopold is considered by many as the father of wildlife management.
Frederick Winslow Taylor

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What is the aim of Pheasants Forever's education program?
to educate people about the Pheasant hunting techniques
to educate hunters about hunting ethics and safety skills
to educate people about pheasant and wildlife conservation
Pheasants Forever has developed an innovative education program focusing on pheasant and wildlife conservation.

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Pheasants Forever is a ______________ conservation organization.
profitable
nonprofit
Pheasants Forever is a nonprofit conservation organization.
lucrative

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What is the name of Pheasants Forever's kids club?
Greenwing
Ringnecks
Youth can receive specials benefits by becoming a part of the organization's kids club, called Ringnecks.
Captain Bula

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Pheasants Forever manages more than ___ million acres of wildlife habitat.
60
50
Pheasants Forever manages more than 50 million acres (20,234,000 hectares) of wildlife habitat.
40

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How much does a one-year membership to Pheasants Forever cost?
$50
$40
$30
A one-year basic associate membership costs $30.

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